The City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department is excited to announce our new partnership with Tennis Anyone to coordinate the HB community tennis program.
Coach Bill Bush of Tennis Anyone has had a lifelong passion for the sport of tennis. In high school, Bill was ranked #25 in Singles and #1 in Doubles for the Boy's 18 division and had the privilege of training with tennis greats such as Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, and Andre Agassi. Bill continued his success on the professional ATP Double's circuit, acheiving a career-high ranking of #14. Bill founded Tennis Anyone in hopes of sharing his passion for tennis with students of all ages. For over 20 years, Tennis Anyone has played a meaningful role in many Southern California communities through their goal of more fun, fitness, and friendships for a lifetime through tennis. The City of Huntington Beach is proud to welcome the expertise of Tennis Anyone to our Recreational Tennis Program.
For more information on Tennis Anyone, please contact (909) 625-2060 or visit their website at www.tennisanyone.info.
To register, please visit www.hbsands.org or stop by your local Community Center.
Lessons - Ages 3 to Adult:
- Pee Wee Academy: Introduces children ages 3-6 to the sport of tennis. Basic tennis strokes and coordination will be taught.
- Junior and Adult Academy: Offers the opportunity to learn the sport of tennis for various levels in a larger group setting.
- Small Group Lessons: Offers the opportunity for children and adults to learn tennis with a smaller class size (2-4 students).
- Private Lessons: For students who desire more individual attention, private lessons are available.
Why Play Tennis?
Tennis is known as a "sport for a lifetime". Not only is tennis a great workout, you can gain speed, eye-hand coordination, flexibility, agility, balance, and much more. Tennis is a great sport to start early in life but can just as easily be an excellent sport to pick up later in life as well, but most importantly Tennis is FUN! Develop friendships, get outdoors, and have fun while experiencing the competitiveness and physical challenges that truly make tennis a well rounded sport.
Huntington Beach has 75 parks and these parks have 754 acres! You can find information about the City parks by viewing our City Parks Locator.
City of Huntington Beach
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phone: (714) 536-5496
Fax: (714) 374-1654